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Publication Citation: Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing

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Author(s): Michael Gruninger; Barbara L. Goldstein; Kevin G. Brady; Simon Szykman; Charles R. McLean; Joshua Lubell;
Title: Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing
Published: May 10, 2000
Abstract: Advances in information technology are frequently cited as the basis for the continued growth of the U.S. economy. Manufacturers use information technology products to increase productivity, to decrease time-to-market, to lower supply chain costs, and to expand their global reach. This conference examines the key problems facing manufacturers as they deploy the latest information technology applications: Product Data Management, Manufacturing Simulation, Knowledge-Aided Engineering, Process Representation, Electronic Commerce, eXtensible Markup Language (XML) for Systems Integration.
Conference: Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing (ITEM), 2000 Conference
Location: Gaithersburg, MD
Dates: July 24, 2000
Keywords: electronic commerce,interoperability,knowledge-aided engineering,knowledge-aided engineering,knowledge-aided engineering,knowledge-aided engineering,manufacturing simulation,manufacturing simulation,manufacturing simulation,manufacturing simulation,product data management,XML
Research Areas: Product Data